JWZ points out Murdoch’s attempt to sue himself.
Joel on Software refutes the Information Week article that skewers Microsoft regarding Interop with Linux. Apparently you can order a free copy of SFU 3.0 (Services for Unix) or try it out via TS (?). There is also a beta version of SFU 3.5 available over on the main SFU website. One of the nicest features of SFU is the Interix subsystem that microsoft bought a couple years ago and continues improving. Check out this page of ports for SFU 3.5 beta.
Philip Rieck gives a better explination of Monad is. Here it is as he posts it:
get/process | sort "handles" | out/xml